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Aug 16, 2013 11:35pm EDT
. >> he put his nasty feet on me! >> mr. brown, is this true? >> cora, i was sitting here on my couch, minding my own business, getting comfortable like men do in they own house, and this dude struck me! come on! >> oh, just like the colonel, huh? i suppose he's getting a little too comfortable, too! that's why i'm not going anywhere, and the wedding is off! >> what? >> you a liar. >> mr. brown... >> she can't stay here. >> you made it worse, didn't you? >> yeah. cora... [ mom ] with my little girl, every food is finger food. so i can't afford to have germy surfaces. but after one day's use, dishcloths can redeposit millions of germs. so ditch your dishcloth and switch to a fresh sheet of new bounty duratowel. look! a fresh sheet of bounty duratowel leaves this surface cleaner than a germy dishcloth, as this black light reveals. it's durable, cloth-like and it's 3 times cleaner. so ditch your dishcloth and switch to new bounty duratowel. the durable, cloth-like picker-upper. so ditch your dishcloth and switch to new bounty duratowel. all this produce from walmart and secretly served i
Aug 17, 2013 9:00am PDT
week we heard ms. paula brown more times then i can count. i see her at the hall of justice and i don't want the public to think that the department has been less than cooperative. we had a homicide 7 years ago so i've invited our investigation buyer to give you a brief update and to make again, a very public plea for any information that would move this case along. >> good evening inspector. >> good evening. my name is is hector i'm the commander of chief investigations. i'm here to talk about the update. as the which kind of mentioned 7 years ago today a 17 people was shot in the intersection of barkers street >> can we just stop you and acknowledge his mom ms. brown just joined us. >> some witnesses were at the scene and provided the officers with a partial description pr there were a bunch of people at the scene. he was trapped to the hospital where he died. the investigators were the first assigned. they met with ms. brown and interviewed approximately 21 witnesses within a few days. the witness we spoke with counsel identify the suspects. the two investigators canvassed the n
Aug 14, 2013 5:30pm PDT
on protests by supporters of the former president. good evening, i'm judy woodruff. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the "newshour" tonight: a state of emergency has been declared, plunging egypt under a virtual martial law. we get the latest from cairo. explore how the six-week standoff devolved to bloodshed. >> woodruff: then, in a rare rebuke of wall street, two former j.p. morgan employees face criminal charges for reckless trading. we examine the growing legal woes for the banking giant. >> brown: the common core standards in education push students to think critically, speak persuasively and collaborate. john merrow reports on the challenge of testing these advanced skills. >> you're not going to be asked questions like: what did you think about the thing you read? you're going to be asked to say: "what did the author think? find evidence in the text to make that broader point." >> woodruff: 50 years later, the march on washington remains a seminal moment in american history. tonight, we kick off a series of discussions to mark the anniversary. >> we've forgotten most of the >> brown
Aug 15, 2013 10:00pm PDT
, i'm judy woodruff. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the "newshour" tonight: as egyptians regroup after a wave of bloodshed and chaos, pockets of violence still persist. we get an on-the-ground report from cairo and debate options for the u.s. >> woodruff: then, the u.s. defense department rolled out its plan to curb sexual assaults in the military. we dig into the details and discuss whether more needs to be done. >> brown: the maker of the painkiller oxycontin refuses to disclose a full list of doctors who may over-prescribe the addictive drug. we have the latest on an investigation by the los angeles times and new pressure from lawmakers. >> woodruff: the nation of myanmar is home to one of the world's most persecuted minorities-- the rohinga. we have the harrowing tale of what happens when this group of muslims try to flee to safety. >> it looks like a cross between a teddy bear and a house cat. >> brown: and say hello to the olinguito-- the newly-discovered mammal species. we talk to the scientist who helped find the furry creature. >> a detective's trail from skins and skull
Aug 18, 2013 11:35pm EDT
," meaning me and him. >> it is. me, you, and him. that's we. >> oh, mr. brown, how about you go in the kitchen and have some crudites? >> hmm? cora, some kuda-da-who? >> you probably don't even know what they are. >> i know what it is. i -- i -- >> what? what? what are they? what are they? then tell me what they are. >> cora, how you say it again? >> crudites. mr. brown, there's some on the kitchen counter. >> crudites. i know how to say it. some koo-koo-- yes. reggie, just 'cause you look like you know every food in the world don't mean you do. >> huh. >> by the way, what's the new chip coming out? you know all them new snacks that's coming out around the world. you know snacks in china. imtoochip. >> oh. well, would you like something to drink? >> oh, no, no, baby, not just yet. >> oh, okay. well, you look nice. >> ha ha. >> i see you have on the same clothes from work. >> no, i don't! i changed my shoes. >> oh. ha ha. whew. it's hot. >> oh, whoa, whoa, cora. you all right? you not going through the change, are you? >> oh, no, no, no, no. well, why would you say something like
Aug 19, 2013 5:00pm PDT
. they focused on driver orville brown and the owner of the limo company reporting on friday chp conclude there'd was no evidence to press criminal charges against the men but brown's estranged wife told report dwrorz argued he was driving. >> if the driver had been on the phone at the time and we determine that led to what occurred here there would be a basis for phone shall criminal charge autos investigators confirmed what was reported friday that. they cleared brown of wrong doing. >> chp and district attorney determined mr. brown was not on 9 phone at the time of the tragedy. >> the investigation went through six years of maintenance records and found no ig regular layer tis. now the state p.u.c. says it will fine the limo owner $7500 because the limo had two more passengers than allowed. chp says the limo was stolen nine years ago and thieves stripped the car saying when recovered and repaired the limo was never weighed to see how much weight koit safely hold. so we'll never know if traechl passengers helped cause air suspensions to break. >> such a terrible tragedy. today chp released dr
Aug 20, 2013 11:35pm EDT
it, and i'm telling you for the last time it wasn't me! next question. >> i have a question, brown. >> yes, yes, yes. >> now, as a bored church member--i mean a church board member, i'd like to know how you plan to eliminate the excessive spending. >> what the--what-- >> good question. >> that's a good question. >> that ain't the question i told you to ask me. >> well, can you answer it? >> well, you don't simply ask... >> well, i can answer that question. we can save more money by running our air conditioning 20% less and offering more hand fans for the members to use. >> all right. that's a good answer, cora! >> you stole my answer, which is exactly why you shouldn't vote for my opponent! 'cause if she'll steal, she'll lie! you probably lying right now! everything coming out your-- >> ahem. >> the house recognizes the troll from under the bridge. troll along, troll-y. >> what else do you bring to the table, other than your stomach? >> ha! [mr. brown laughs] >> it's funny you should ask. deacons, y'all help me with this. i possess style and charisma. look at all of that. [mr. brow
Aug 19, 2013 11:35pm EDT
foster kids. >> that's right. no more crack. >> hey, kids. i got it, brown. >> oh, good. >> what's that? >> it's a record player. it plays records. >> that -- that's great, and... what's a record? >> it's like an old people cd. >> oh, hey, you want me to show you where sasha hides the cookies? >> sure. >> good, colonel. i can listen to smokey, yes! >> oh, you got smokey robinson? >> no, i got "'smokin' joe' frazier sings 'white christmas.'" i think he punch drunk, 'cause he keeps saying "brown christmas." i don't know what's wrong with him. >> well, edna love the oldies. >> yeah, that's why i think she's still fooling with your old behind. >> oh, man -- hey, listen. why don't i invite her over? >> no, no, edna'll mess up everything! unh-unh, you don't want to do that. >> all right, well, i'll just put it over here. >> no, colonel, i set my record players over here. >> no, brown, put it over here! >> colonel, just -- >> brown, you gonna break it, brown! >> nobody gonna break nothing. i know what i'm doing. if you set it -- >> it done slipped, colonel. >> oh, no. look what you did. >> loo
Aug 16, 2013 5:00pm EDT
time. >> um... >> hello, cora. >> mr. brown! >> that's it. >> [ laughs ] >> look at you. >> what are you doing here? >> oh, i'm securing the premises. i'm your new security. >> really? >> yes, i'm security-fied. >> yeah, i had to contract with a security agency to basically get a temporary to serve as a security officer. >> really? >> yeah, yeah, yeah. but they had to have very specific qualifications. >> what you think -- what you think got me the job? was it my cat-like reflexes? maybe it was my ninja-like agility. >> fact is -- you fit the uniform. >> that's what i was gonna say next. i said to myself, "self, i looked like i fit." y'all go ahead. i'm security. >> congratulations, mr. brown. >> thank you, cora. thank you. back up. be careful, cora, 'cause i don't want nobody to get you. >> so, uh, mr. brown, shouldn't you be making your rounds right about now? >> oh, no, no, no. i already made my rounds. i checked the basement, i checked the roof, and the doughnut shop. i'm trying to keep this school -- hey, delinquent! come here, you juvie! who are you? >> who are you? >> i'm
Aug 18, 2013 7:00pm EDT
, first round pick, tackle andre brown, david wilson, and nicks and randal and they really like rueben randle with the giants. >> troy: he got a lot of opportunities to get work in with victor cruz holding out and hakeem nicks being injured. >> joe: delay on the handoff. it's wilson out to the 45 and a good start to the ground game for the giants. a 20-yard carry tackle by walden and wilson gets pumped up. >> troy: just the power play. see the fullback lead the way and david wilson does an excellent job finding the hole. he has tremendous quickness. they're expecting a lot of big things from him, obviously with the absence now of ahmad bradshaw, they're trying to figure out whether it's him or andre brown that carries the load for the offense. >> joe: manning goes for cruz downfield and incomplete. and they're going to throw a flag. contact was made and it was greg toler, first-year colt. and it is going to be pass interference. that's the indication against indianapolis. >> troy: you see eli manning in the pocket, and he holds it, just a tick too long. so he's not quite able to get th
Aug 16, 2013 5:30pm PDT
the government's state of emergency. good evening. i'm judy woodruff. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the newshour tonight, the wave of violence hasn't stopped in egypt. we get the latest on the mounting death toll and the crisis gripping the country. >> woodruff: then, disclosures the u.s. national security agency violated privacy rules and overstepped its authority thousands of times. margaret warner gets an update on the surveillance programs from carol leonnig of the "washington post." >> brown: the kepler space telescope, once used to search for earth-like planets, is crippled, and nasa says it can't be fixed. we explore its legacy and ask if it can still be used for scientific research. >> woodruff: under a pristine rain forest in ecuador lie more than 800 million barrels of oil. the country's president had asked the world to ante up in exchange for a promise not to drill, but that plan is being scrapped, as hari sreenivasan reports. >> brown: mark shields and david brooks analyze the week's news. >> ♪ just wishing i changed my ways... ♪ >> woodruff: and two men from two
Aug 21, 2013 11:35pm EDT
, okay? >> hold the spitballs. i'm coming in. i'm your negotiator. >> good. mr. brown, come on. >> look, i'm the negotiator. see, i'm the negotiator. >> what'd they say? >> uh, well, let me get the list. >> hurry up, mr. brown, please! >> i got he latest from the faculty. here it is right here. >> okay, what does it say? >> okay, it says right here, run! get out, everybody! >> mr. brown, this is serious. >> well, i'm trying to help get this thing over with. okay, what they said was there's pizza and juice for everybody that'll give up right now 'cause i know you're hungry. i know you're hungry. i know somebody here is hungry. >> man, look, tell 'em that they can't bribe us with food, right? >> [ laughs ] >> man, the revolution does not include pizza. >> well, maybe now they'll compromise since you done let go of one of your hostages. >> man, little biggie wasn't a hostage. little biggie was a traitor. we ain't got no hostages. >> you ain't got no hostages? >> no. >> no revolution song? no slogans or nothing? >> no. >> you're wack! if it was left up to y'all, we'd still be marching for o
Aug 20, 2013 5:00am EDT
up for sale. okay, well, that's wonderful to know. my father was the last original cleveland brown to retire. his career extended from 1946 to 1968, and he's known as lou "the toe" groza. and why is that? he was a phenomenal placekicker, and he's inducted into the pro football hall of fame. i might add that if there was a hall of fame for fathers, he'd be in it as well; he was a great dad. i was probably seven years old when he retired from the browns. a recent honor is the ncaa has an award named after him for the top kicker of the year, which is kind of a neat thing to continue his legacy, even though he's been long gone. he died, unfortunately, ten years ago. at 76, right? 76 was his age when he died, and that's the number that they retired many years ago with the cleveland browns. now, what did he do after he retired? well, even when he was playing back then, they had to have second jobs. he had an insurance business, and he'd get out of a football game and the next day would be trying to sell insurance. so these are items from your dad's career. yeah-- what we have here on the
Aug 19, 2013 11:30pm PDT
speaker really does embody the american dream. i'll introduce my friend and your friend willie brown. a product of the urban black neighborhoods of san francisco he became an attorney to rise through the civil rights movement. willie brown served more than thirty years 15 years as it's speaker then he was elected and served as the first african-american to serve as labor in san francisco. mayor brown has dedicated his skills to transform and open american politics to all. he is really one of the smartest people in american politics and i tease him for tipping his tow in my field of journalism. perseverance and trades that describe mayor brown and the ship project made possible that deals are not enough political power grows only when public good is done at the same time. please welcome mayor willie brown. (clapping) >> i'm glad to be here. this is a great journey. it's a journey that's been described adequately by most of the people at the microphone. it's been a long journey. sometimes, the journey you couldn't even see whether or not there was going to be any success. we really do
Aug 21, 2013 5:00pm EDT
. >> tanya's here to help will since everybody's busy, mr. brown. >> cora, them kids would be safer running through a crack house with a money suit on. she ain't going to help nobody. >> hey, morning, everybody. wow. something smells good. >> will, be careful. that's crack soup. nephew, be careful. back away. it's crack. >> it is not. i taught tanya how to make chicken and dumplings. >> yeah, and i hope it tastes as good as yours, miss cora. here, taste it, will. taste it. it's real good. >> don't get addicted. you high? >> what you think? >> that's good. >> ooh! who ever knew that girl could burn like that, huh? >> half the prison population in georgia know she can burn like that. she's making grilled cheese sandwiches on an ironing board in prison. >> mr. brown-- >> r. brown, hush up. i got your mail for you, too. >> aren't you the happy little home wrecker. >> it's "homemaker." >> cora, it's "home wrecker." i know what i'm trying to say. she ain't fooling me. she probably got this laced with some amtraks. >> amtrak? >> what the what? >> what is it? >> they done sent me a picture ticket.
Aug 16, 2013 11:00pm EDT
] >> that man. >> oh, lord, speaking of facial hair... >> mr. brown, stop it. hey, miss edna. how you doing? >> i'm mad. >> oh, cora, she got the rabies. come here. you know, they shot old yeller. let me get my gun. we can bust a cap in her. >> wait! what happened? >> the colonel and i had a fight. >> y'all fighting over that razor again. i told you, get your own, 'cause you dull them too fast. you... [imitates scratching] >> no, fat sajak. we're fighting over the fact that that man has a complete lack of respect for me! >> what are you talking about, miss edna? that man loves you enough to want to marry you. >> yeah, that's what i thought until the man committed the cardinal sin. >> edna, you can't say nothing about sin. you done sinned so much, you gonna have to look up to see hell. >> i am serious, brown. >> i'm serious, too! you gonna have to look up! >> don't do that. what did he do? >> i sent that man to the store to get some refreshments, and he had the audacity to bring this back. >> what is -- what is that? >> fiber. >> fiber? >> i mean, what is he trying to say to me?! >> well, he
Aug 20, 2013 11:00pm EDT
, with this bad economy. >> you gave it in quarters, mr. brown! you gonna give the poor usher a hernia! >> well, jesus heals. >> yes, he does! >> it's time for change around this church. people been talking about our congregation. >> who been talking about our congregation? >> mainly me, but word travels fast! >> oh! >> you know what, uncle brown? the church board's having elections next week. >> yeah. >> you should run. >> really? you know what, nephew? that sounds like a wonderful idea. that's what i'm gonna do. i'm gonna run for church board. things gonna change around here. >> mr. brown can't run water! >> i actually think he'd do great. >> and you can't boil water! >> what we need is we need change, change we all can believe in. >> and you gonna make that change, mr. brown? >> i sure am. yes, i sure-le-ry am. i'm gonna change it. nephew! tastes like you put your foot in these grits. >> really? so you like them? >> no. it really tastes like you put your feet in it, like your nasty, stinking, callused feet with fungus on them! [coughing] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ perfectly bite-sized drops of rich and
Aug 19, 2013 2:00pm PDT
textile industry was told to spend $2 billion combating brown-lung disease. by 1980, the supreme court was asked to choose between saving lives or jobs and profits. how much is a life worth? wilderness or minerals? guns or butter? jobs or safety? we always face choices. resources and scarcity. what's economics all about? with the help of economic analyst richard gill, we'll examine that question on economics usa. i'm david schoumacher. what's economics all about? there have always been theoretical answers to that question, but reality complicates the most elegant theories. economics usa is about theory and reality in 20th-century america, and how people and events have shaped economic decisions that affect our lives. those decisions usually involve tradeoffs. in 1980, congress designated over 100 million acres of alaskan land as national parks and wilderness areas. why did congress make that decision? how much did it cost the nation? in 1867, when the united states purchased the territory of alaska from russia, the acquisition was derided as wasted money. a century later, after two gol
Aug 18, 2013 4:30pm PDT
russo, you have two minutes. and then reverend amos brown is going to give a slightly longer present aches. when [speaker not understood] is finished, reverend brown, you may approach the microphone. >>> okay, great. okay, good evening to the board so and the superintendent and appreciate the time to talk tonight. my name is andrew russo, co-founder of the san francisco family support network. i'm here to promote an event we are promoting with the district september . it's called attend today, succeed tomorrow. it's a forum on partnering to improve student attendance from the early years. ~ september 9. the questions we'll be looking at together are what impact does absence in the early years of education have on a child's ongoing success in school? how serious a problem is early chronic absence in san francisco? and most importantly, how can we as community-based organizations public departments, the school district, and funders collectively support families and our city to overcome the barriers that make it hard for children to attend. the event is co-sponsored as well by attendanc
Aug 19, 2013 7:00pm PDT
this afternoon and found out why he may still face a legal battle. >> limo driver rickey brown was not celebrated. >> you know everyday is painful and every minute is painful. >> he moved out of the bay area and has not driven a limo since the incident of killing the five women. >> i don't feel vindicated because i there, okay? and i mean i was not on the phone. >> not on the phone when the limo started burning. brown's wife says he was distracted when the incident happen. >> brown has moved to the sacramento area and has been receiving counsel l brown expects them to. >> i am hurting just like they are and i feel sorry that this happened. >> many of the women in the limo once worked here in the nursing home and many of the sooif survivors and the family members -- to tell them there would be no criminal charges. in oakland eric rasmussen ktvu channel 2 news. >> and they're not surprised by the khp's conclusion. they hope the findings will result in improve safety. >> double check the car and the management and they have the opportunity to go over the car. >> let the mechanic mcdonough. echanic.
Aug 16, 2013 5:30pm EDT
. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the newshour tonight, the wave of violence hasn't stopped in egypt. we get the latest on the mounting death toll and the crisis gripping the country. >> woodruff: then, disclosures the u.s. national security agency violated privacy rules and overstepped its authority thousands of times. margaret warner gets an update on the surveillance programs from carol leonnig of the "washington post." >> brown: the kepler space telescope, once used to search for earth-like planets, is crippled, and nasa says it can't be fixed. we explore its legacy and ask if it can still be used for scientific research. >> woodruff: under a pristine rain forest in ecuador lie more than 800 million barrels of oil. the country's president had asked the world to ante up in exchange for a promise not to drill, but that plan is being scrapped, as hari sreenivasan reports. >> brown: mark shields and david brooks analyze the week's news. >> ♪ just wishing i changed my ways... ♪ >> woodruff: and two men from two generations connected by a love of the blues are now collaborators on tour
Aug 19, 2013 11:00pm PDT
like to recognize mayor ed lee. you may applaud (clapping) >> i also to recognize mayor willie brown (clapping). >> also ms. bonner (clapping). >> by the end of this project will be a leniently and also form supervisor sophie maxwell. >> and we will get to any introduction to the rest of the folks on the instantly. at this time i want to bring up our mc. she's brought the news to our living rooms for years this is ms. pam. (clapping) >> and the journalist she's been inducted into the arts and sciences and she's receives any with regards honoring her contribution to california. it's a great principle she will join use it in come mentoring this celebration >> ms. pam (clapping). >> thank you supervisors cowen and wow. what a beautiful day in san francisco wow. arrest (clapping). >> and want an exciting day per it's my pleasure to be here today to the official project 25 years in the making. (clapping). >> this really is a historic moment in time for this community and today's celebration assigned to honor all the people who have fought for this. but to build on what is alrea
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Aug 20, 2013 8:00pm EDT
neil: some say he started a revolution now scott brown is determined to finish it. welcome glad to have you i am neil cavuto, from the man who stunned political world when he landed in 10 kennedy's old senate seat this time focus on a higher seat. scott brown, is joining what seems like a conga line of would-be presidential candidates heading for cornfields of iowa. here is what brown makes his case, a compelling case. gets on other republican's case, he fashions himself a problem solver driven by more on getting things done in a washington where nothing is getting done, new jersey governor chris christie fashions himself the same type doer of a get it done guy, it has been working for christy in a blue state it worked for brown initially in a more blew -- blue state, now brown is raising the takeses beyond his home state. it more than00s of a rumble on the right, this is the battle to watch, the months and years ahead, that for soul of the republican party, because there are those who look at chris christie, and maybe brown as too pregmatic, the critics say to give rand a hand
Aug 21, 2013 6:00pm EDT
-- steve: jiggling the vending machine. all right, brown family, here you go. name something you might have to jiggle to get it working. >> we're gonna say a man's private parts. >> yay. >> good answer, serena. steve: i promise you, when i walked over here, that never crossed my mind. there's no way i figured that-- i just--i'm thinking of everything. keys, toilet handles, a flashlight. i'm thinking of objects that's, you know--it's... the man's thing. >> [scream] steve: [mouths] number 6. audience: computer/laptop. steve: number 4. >> remote control. steve: 3. >> watch. steve: let's go. give me christine, give me freda. all right, guys, here we go. top 7 answers on the board. if a woman hooked her husband up to the clapper, name something he might start doing that would make her clap him off. christine. >> yelling? steve: yelling. freda? pass or play? >> let's play, yeah. >> we're gonna play, steve. steve: they're gonna play. hey, kim, if a woman hooked her husband up to the clapper, name something he might start doing that would make her clap him off. >> snoring. steve: snoring. katie, if
Aug 22, 2013 5:00am EDT
happeny. >> gotta love that. thank you very much, melanie. a birthday tribute to the late chuck brown. >> last year d.c. mayor designated today, august 22, as chuck brown day. they'll deadly part of the langedon park this is at noon today. a lot happening. it's 5:12 on this thursday. we feel like busting loose. ♪ ♪ let's back it on up >> i liked it.t. your dance moves when chuck brown comes on. you can't help but dance. bustin'loose. >> you have to dance for an hour straight and i get tired. >> the gogo music just keeps going. today is officially chuck brown day in d.c. that's why you heart chuck brown music. >> exactly, right.t. the celebration at ben chili bowl, too. >> the chili bowl, chuck brown day, the 50th anniversary in washington and the weather is going to cooperate? >> mostly fun. a sunny, warm and humid day. coll be a thunderstorm orders showers this afternoon. not a washout kind of day. we're setting up for a nicece weekend. that's important, too. >> it's very important for all of it going on with the weekend activities. >> let's do it. temperature yesterday tried tos
Aug 15, 2013 5:00pm PDT
is more stone walling and the stand off continues. big news we spoke to the attorney for dustin brown, the biological father and he said he's offering a face-to-face meeting with the veronica and the couple. the couple have not committed and said yes. they want to know where it is and the circumstances. they don't want dustin brown but one on one time with veronica. i said does this mean he's willing to hand over custody to the couple? he said absolutely not. the attorney says he'll take to the the oklahoma courts. he'll fight it tooth and nail to the end. this is about letting them see her again, get reacquainted, say hello and spend time. he said there are a lot of steps that need to be taken if, he said if, anderson, if she's ever going to be handed back over to the couple. >> the supreme court ruled on this. can law enforcement move it along and return her to the adopted parents? >> reporter: that's what we wanted to know. we interviewed the sheriff and said if the couple has any attention of coming there in the middle of the night or cover of darkness to get veronica he'll arrest
Aug 19, 2013 9:00pm PDT
on the driver or brown and owner of the limousine company. abc 7 news reported friday that at the than of july the chp concluded there was no evidence to press criminal charges against the 2 men. but then brown estranged wife told reporters the 2 argued on cell phone shortly before the fire as he was driving. >> if the driver had been on the phone at the time and after some fashion determine led to what occurred here then a basis for potential criminal charges. >> investigators today confirmed what we reported friday. that they cleared brown of any wrongdoing. >> upon review of cell phone records chp and district attorney investigators determine mr. brown was not on his phone at the time of the tragedy. >> chp investigation also went through 6 years of the limo maintenance records and found no irregularity. in fact, the rate suspension system was replaced i just a couple of years ago. state p uc says it will faint the limo owner 7500 dollars for vital the occupant permit. >> general citation will be issued for failure to operate safely in having 2 more passengers in the compartment than se
Aug 19, 2013 3:00pm PDT
mubarak could soon be freed from jail. good evening. i'm judy woodruff. >> brown: i'm jeffrey brown. on the newshour tonight the news about mubarak comes as the death toll in the current surge of violence nears 1,000. we have an exclusive interview with egypt's ambassador to the u.s. >> woodruff: then, can the police seize your cash your car, even your home if you're detained? we talk to the reporter who investigated the practice for the "new yorker" magazine. >> brown: what's the problem with washington? we kick off a series on governing and leadership. tonight, three historians on partisanship and gridlock in the nation's capital. >> woodruff: and in an age of budget cuts, the u.s. space agency must rein in its orbits of exploration. we take a closer look at nasa's uncertain future. >> nasa for years has had a flat budget. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> and by bnsf railway. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutio
Aug 22, 2013 5:00pm EDT
>> plus remembering chuck brown. we will take you to the memorial built in in honor of the god father of go-go. >> we are standing 75 feet above the national cathedral floor.drl >> i am beth parker. i will tell you why i am here and what's happening next. >>> hot today out there. temperatures in the 90s.s. listen, thunderstorms possiblehu this evening and and look at the forecast. the news will continue. ñ >>> a grand jury indicted formei nfl star aaron hernandez on and first-degree murder charge. the six-count indictment chargec the former new england patriot e in death ofn odin lloyd.n the body was found near hernandez home in june. hernandez isly held without baie if convictedld he could face lil in prison. >>> police investigating a fatan shooting in southeast. timothy dawkins was killed onn 4th street. the 21-year-old community activist studied to become a preacher. >> maureen umeh joins with us more. >> reporter: we are at the william lockwoods library where timothy talkin' came everyve single day to study. he was interested in making aing difference in people's lives.
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blackouts and damage over wide areas, and flooded new york's subway system. >>> brown bears lumber through the wilds of japan. by nature, most shy away from people. but a growing number are now getting too close for comfort. here is the story. >> reporter: on the peninsula, you have to be aware of the possibility of meeting bears. and they're often huge. this one isn't scared by firecrackers. these days, brown bears are losing their fear toward humans and entering residential areas. brown bears sometimes even break car windows. the local people are starting to be concerned. >> translator: it's scary. we don't allow our children to play outside. >> reporter: last year, the nature foundation had 2,000 reports of bear sightings on the peninsula. many people come to the area around the lakes, including visitors from abroad. this mother and cub were spotted close to the side of the road. they showed no aversion to people. >> translator: don't get out. >> reporter: scouts from the foundation were encouraged not to approach the bears. eventually the bears retreat into the thick for esht. in the p
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of the police department today with mrs. brown and some other mothers who've lost their sons. it was really what we the today was continuing to get the information out and ask for support from the community to remind them of the $250,000 reward. i'm graphy to the chief and department to for us to continue to talk about aubrey and aubreys death and keep him in our hearts and prayers and line up our actions to do what we can. the commander said earlier we need help from the community. we need some folks to come forward. it's an honor to be there with you today. and to see the departments continued commitment to holding aubrey's murderers accountable >> thank you. no further reports next line item please. 3-d scheduling of items identified for consideration at future meetings action. the only thing that i have commissioner is there was no meeting next wednesday is 21st. the next meeting will be the 28th that will be a community meeting at gordon j elementary school on clay street at 6:00 p.m. and that's to hear publics comments. and that's concerning public safety issues. and on september 4th is o
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